Broadway Sings Pink Broadway Sings Pink

with Shaleah Adkisson, Lilli Cooper, Brian Justin Crum, Russell Fischer, Amber Iman, Marcus Paul James, Eric Michael Krop, Corey Mach, Andy Mientus, Kristine Reese, Kate Rockwell, Saycon Sengbloh, Alysha Umphress & many more

Mon December 3rd, 2012


Main Space

Minimum Age: 18+

Doors Open: 9:00PM

Show Time: 9:30PM

Event Ticket: $25

Day of Show: $30

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Featuring: Emma Hunton, Marcus Paul James, Kate Rockwell, Saycon Sengbloh, Adam Kantor, Alysha Umphress, Brian Justin Crum, Andy Mientus, Eric Michael Krop, Corey Mach, Russell Fischer, Jason Gotay, Lilli Cooper, Sheri Sanders, Ryah Nixon, Alexa Green, Kristine Reese, Mariand Torres, Shaleah Adkisson, Lulu Hall, Margot Bingham, and Amber Iman.
Music direction & arrangements by Joshua Stephen Kartes
Table Seating: $25/30 day of show
Standing Room: $20/25 day of show
Student (Standing Room): $12
Table seating for all seated shows is reserved exclusively for ticket holders who purchase “Table Seating” tickets. By purchasing a “Table Seating” ticket you agree to also purchase a minimum of two food and/or beverage items per person. Table seating is first come, first seated. Please arrive early for the best choice of available seats. Seating begins when doors open. Tables are communal so you may be seated with other patrons. We do not take table reservations.
A standing room area is available by the bar for all guests who purchase “Standing Room” tickets. Food and beverage can be purchased at the bar but there is no minimum purchase required in this area.
All tickets sales are final. No refund or credits.
This event will be streamed live online through LPR’s Concert Window channel, beginning at 9:30pm.

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Broadway Sings Pink

Shaleah Adkisson

SHALEAH ADKISSON is psyched to be singing with her sistas, B’way Beyonce-
Broadway: HAIR; Off-Broadway: RENT
Check out her blog/vlog @
Twitter: @Shaladkisson

Lilli Cooper

Broadway: Spring Awakening. Favorite credits: Hair, Godspell, Reasons to Be Pretty, Skin of Our Teeth and NY Times’ Critic’s Pick: Independents, of the FringeNYC Encore Series. She has performed on “The View”, “Good Morning America”, “The American Theater Wing’s Tony Awards” and at various NYC concert venues: Birdland, Symphony Space, Joe’s Pub, Rockwood Music Hall, 54 Below, and Merkin Concert Hall.

Brian Justin Crum

BRIAN JUSTIN CRUM has been seen on Broadway in Wicked, Grease and Next to Normal.
Other credits- The Addams Family (Lucas Bieneke), Tarzan (Tarzan), Altar Boyz (Mark). He was also a guest star on “Law and Order SVU”.

Russell Fischer

Broadway: Jersey Boys (Joey, u/s Frankie Valli)
2nd Nat’l Tour: Big-The Musical (Billy)
Regional: The Music Man at Chautauqua Opera, Children of Eden at Paper Mill Playhouse, The Sound of Music at the Palace in Myrtle Beach, SC, Monkey: Journey to the West at Spoleto Festival, Charleston, SC.

Amber Iman

Amber Iman | Amber Iman on Twitter | Amber Iman on Facebook | Amber Iman on Instagram

Broadway: Shuffle Along (Eva/Mattie Wilkes), Soul Doctor, (Nina Simone). Off-Broadway: A Civil War Christmas (NYTW), and RENT (New World Stages). Regional: Man of La Mancha (Shakespeare Theatre Company, Helen Hayes Award Nominee, Best Actress in a Musical), Into the Woods (Alliance Theatre), Stick Fly (Arena Stage/Huntington Theatre, IRNE Award Nominee, Best Supporting Actress). BFA: Howard University. 2013 Clive Barnes Award Nominee.

Marcus Paul James

Marcus Paul James’s musical journey began in Brooklyn, New York, where he cultivated a unique perspective as the son of a DJ. He was raised in the church, surrounded by rows of tuned organ pipes, but is equally informed by the Luther Vandross albums his mother would play at home. Marcus is currently a Broadway performer, starring in Tony award winning shows such as “RENT’ and “In the Heights” while pursuing his singer/songwriter ambitions.
At age 13, Marcus began writing and recording music using three humble tape recorders. Of course he has upgraded since then, peaking the interest of talented industry figures such as producer Akira Shelton.
Akira approached Marcus with the idea of collaborating. After hearing Akira’s tracks, Marcus knew a musical match was made. While working with Akira on other new artist projects, Akira suggested collaborating on an album in the Soulful House vein. A year later in February 2009, they their first EP, “Electrik Love.”
Marcus has just released a full length album “Meant To Be”. His album is truly a fusion of harmony, soul, R&B, and a little bit of rock to make sure you feel every word.
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Eric Michael Krop

ERIC MICHAEL KROP loves to sing. Getting better at tweeting, see how he is doing @ericmkrop.

Corey Mach

Currently performing in the new Broadway musical HANDS ON A HARDBODY. Othere Broadway: Godspell. National Tours: Wicked (u/s Fiyero), RENT (Gordon, u/s Mark & Roger). Regional credits: Pippin (Pippin), Harold and Maude (Harold), I Love You Because (Austin), Chess (Anatoly). Disney’s Newsies workshops. Proud 2010 grad of Baldwin-Wallace.
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Corey Mach on Twitter
Corey Mach on YouTube
Photo credit: Brian McConkey

Andy Mientus

ANDY MIENTUS is a New York based Actor/Singer who recently appeared in MCC’s Off-Broadway revival of CARRIE.
TV: “Smash”
Previous: SPRING AWAKENING (Hanschen, 1st National, dir. Michael Mayer), FEBRUARY HOUSE (New York Stage and Film, dir. Davis McCallum), RENT (Mark, Pioneer Theatre Company), 2 NYMF Outstanding Individual Performance awards for SHINE and CRAZY JUST LIKE ME.
Training: PA Governors School for the Arts for Drama, University of Michigan for Musical Theater.

Kristine Reese

KRISTINE REESE – Broadway and National Tours: Wicked (Nessarose), Les Miserables and Mamma Mia! (Sophie U/S). For more information, visit or follow @KristineReese on Twitter.

Kate Rockwell

Broadway credits include Legally Blonde (Margot), Hair, OBC of Bring It On: The Musical (Skylar), and Rock of Ages (Sherrie). First National Tours: Bring It On, Legally Blonde, Hair.  Television: Deadbeat, You’re the One That I Want.  Regional: Hollywood (La Jolla), Tarzan & Beauty and the Beast (Muny), Phantom (WBT). Her solo show, Back to My Roots, premiered in NYC in 2015.

Saycon Sengbloh

Broadway: Fela!, Hair, Aida (Aida), Wicked (Elphaba Standby), The Color Purple (Celie/Nettie Standby). National Tours: Aida, Rent (Mimì).
Her album, Southern Pin-Up, is available on CD and for download at and iTunes.

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